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Prince William and Duchess Kate visited Queen Elizabeth hospital to thank health care workers on the anniversary of Britain's National Health Service.
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Prince William and Duchess Catherine paid a visit to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn - which is located near their home Anmer Hall in Norfolk - to celebrate the birthday of the NHS.

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